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Cluj-Na·po·ca

 (klo͝ozh′nä-pô′kä)
A city of west-central Romania northwest of Bucharest. It was founded by German colonists in the 12th century and became part of Romania in 1920.
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Cluj-Na•po•ca

(ˈklʊʒ nɑˈpɔ kɑ)

n.
a city in NW Romania. 318,000. Hungarian, Kolozsvár. Formerly, Cluj (klo͝ozh).
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Travel Business Review-December 28, 2018--Wizz Air announces new direct service to Cluj Napoca from Birmingham Airport
Wizz Air, the largest low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, which flies to 15 Italian airports and offers 60 Italian routes, announced today that it will move 4 of its 8 Fiumicino routes to Rome Ciampino Airport from 7 May These Rome routes to Gdansk in Poland and Cluj Napoca, Timisoara and Tirgu Mures in Romania will operate from Rome Ciampino airport in response to raising costs at Fiumicino airport."Wizz Air offers its consumers incredibly low fares and we will continue to work more with airports that offer lower costs.
Passengers are asked to note that reservation and confirmation emails will show Cluj Napoca airport even if the flight is affected by the airport change.